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Yoga-Sutra

The second Chapter of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras - contains instructions for our Practice - Sadhana Pada.

Sadhana-Pada

Sentence 41

sattva-shuddhih saumanasya-ikagry-endriyajaya-atmadarshana yogyatvani cha ||41||

सत्त्वशुद्धिः सौमनस्यैकाग्र्येन्द्रियजयाअत्मदर्शन योग्यत्वानि च ॥४१॥

sattva-śuddhiḥ saumanasya-ikāgry-endriyajaya-ātmadarśana yogyatvāni ca ॥41॥

Also the capacity for clarity, cleanliness, cheerfulness and intentness, as well as mastery over the senses, ultimately give rise to self realization. ||41||


sattva = (iic.) truth; purity; light; clarity
śuddhiḥ = (nom. sg. f. from śuddhi) purification
saumanasya = high-mindedness, cheerfulness, clarity, pleasantness, goodness, gladness
ekāgrya = intentness; the ability to concentrate; one-pointedness
indriya = (iic.) senses; organs of perception
jayā = (i. sg. f.) mastery; victory over
ābhimata = (iic.) the absolute
darśana = (iic.) realization; seeing; experiencing
ātmadarśana = self-realization; self-knowledge
yogyatvāni = suitability; capability
ca = (conj.) and; also